Kindergarten Registration Forms for 2019-20
How old must a child be to enter school for the 2019-20 school year?
- To be admitted into kindergarten automatically, a child must be 5 years old on or before August 31, 2019.
- To be admitted into first grade automatically, a child must be 6 years old on or before August 31, 2019.
The following documents are available from any elementary school during school hours beginning Wednesday, February 27, 2019.
Kindergarten registration parent guide General information about registration, the elementary schools in the district, and a welcome from the elementary principals. Please read! Kindergarten enrollment overview An organizer to help you know what forms need to be returned to your school. Also includes a list of kindergarten options within the district. Please read! Kindergarten readiness guidelines Use these guidelines to help prepare your child for this important first year of school. Please read! WaKIDS information Provides information about the Washington Kindergarten Inventory of Developing Skills (WaKIDS). Please read! School meal information View a sample menu, and read about the many healthy, delicious items available in our cafeterias! Payment options are also explained. Please read! Letter from your school nurses Valuable information about student medical needs, immunizations, medication and health services at school. Please read! Immunization requirements Vaccinations required for entrance into kindergarten. Please read! School enrollment information form including ethnicity and race reporting form This is the official district enrollment form. Information on this form will follow your child through high school; you will have an opportunity each year to update this information. Information on the Ethnicity and Race Reporting Form is required by the federal and state governments. Please note, if you do not provide data, we are required to select ethnicity and race data for you. Return to school Kindergarten questionnaire This helps the school and your child's teacher get to know your child better--even before school starts. Return to school Kindergarten transportation form Everything you need to know, and the district needs to know, to make sure your child is transported safely to and from school. Return to school Home language survey This form, required by the state, documents languages spoken in your home. "SSID" stands for State Student Identifier; your child will be assigned this number later, so you can leave this line blank. Return to school Student housing form This information helps provide services to families who may be homeless or in temporary living arrangements. Return to school Certificate of immunization status This documents what vaccines your child has received and when. (Ask your medical provider if they can print your child's immunization records in this format for you.) Return to school Annual health history This provides the school with important medical information about your child. Return to school